Gloucester 400th Faceless dolls                                                                 Value:  Priceless

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David Arsenault was born in upstate New York. Since he first began showing his work in 1994, he has had or participated in hundreds of local, regional, and national exhibitions in New York City, Chicago, Vermont, Connecticut, upstate New York, and in Massachusetts: Williamstown, North Adams, Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, and of course Cape Ann. The Art of David Arsenault Gallery (8 Dock Square) has been situated in downtown Rockport since 2015; he was juried into the Rockport Art Association the following year.

Our Fabulous Silent Auction Items:

For all you lovers of Folly Cove Designs, we two sets of pillows made from  Vintage Folly Cove placemats donated  by local collector Patty Hock.

The first set is made from a pair of never used Folly Cove Designer placemats in the 1953 Beach Blanket design from Folly Cove Designer Anthony Iarrobino.

The second set is made from a pair of Folly Cove Designer placemats in the 1954 New England Farm design from Folly Cove Designer Eino Natti.

The Largest Little Fair Known. Picture coming soon.

An all-silk, vintage haori jacket traditionally worn over a kimono, but terrific over jeans. Superb condition. One size fits most. 

These dolls I have designed are a reflection of the Community of Gloucester I have come to know and am part of. They were created with a fondness for my home, its residents and its history. Let me introduce these two to you.

Our Fisherman is dressed in his Aran Isle inspired wool sweater and foul-weather pants made waterproof with beeswax and oil. He has his trawl in a tub with the C hooks ready to be baited. The Schooner Adventure awaits in the rear. He has brought his net home to dry, perhaps in the Fishermen's Field out by Eastern Point, as well as a few fish for his wife to prepare for dinner. The Annisquam Village Players production, Gloucester Story was set in 1905. The fisher wife has her hair up in the style of the day. Her long shirt covers a lace-trimmed petticoat. Her blouse is also stylishly created with puffed sleeves and the collar, modestly buttoned under her chin. Her handwork is nestled in her basket.

22" x 6" x 16"
All of the signs can be easily removed if desired.

These figures are numbers 24 & 25 in a limited series of figures by Suzanne A. Brown of Annisquam.

​The Gloucester 400 Committee and the Annisquam Villages Players' production of Gloucester Story have brought to the forefront the daily challenges of fishermen, their families and their vessels.

Vintage Haori Jacket                                                                                      Value:  

"Squam Reflections"  24" x 12" Original Oil painting by David Arsenault.  Value:  $2200


Come see our silent auction 

   Opening Gala Oct 6th  6-9 PM

 Saturday 10 AM-5 PM and Sunday 10 AM-4 PM

Folly Cove Designers 

-Framed Vintage 1982 SeaFair Poster                                                                                  Value:  Priceless